Cybersecurity

Legal Technology

Law firms can block hackers with ‘known good’ use of digital documents, expert says

Judiciary

Potential hack of federal judiciary’s information is treated as a disaster

Cybersecurity

Massive hack attack on feds compromised background-check info for 21.5M people

Careers

Eric Holder returns to ‘last stop’ job at Covington, offers thoughts on Snowden and US Supreme Court

Corporate Law

Judge nixes jury conviction of ex-Goldman Sachs programmer, calls law a bad fit in source-code case

Trials & Litigation

Insurers hacked tens of thousands of legal files to get an edge in worker’s comp cases, lawsuit says

Law by the Numb#rs

1 in 10 will click on attachments in phishing emails, study finds

Cybersecurity

‘Patch and pray’ remains the norm nearly 20 years after hackers warned US lawmakers about risks

Internet Law

Judge OKs consolidated suit over theft of Sony ex-workers’ personal info

Cybersecurity

Feds probe Cardinals officials for alleged hacking of Astros database

ABA London Sessions

International laws complicate the hunt for data evidence

Cybersecurity

Hackers may have accessed records of 4 million federal workers; was China responsible?

Cybersecurity

‘Ransomware’ software attacks stymie law firms

Cybersecurity

IRS tax records for 100,000 people accessed by third parties who knew what personal info to plug in

Cybersecurity

Did passenger control plane by hacking into its computer? FBI probes Twitter claims

Privacy Law

Sales exec claims she was fired for removing app that allowed boss to track her 24/7

ABA Techshow

Techshow’s ‘60 Sites’ highlight: Glitter revenge?

ABA Techshow

Manage your law office technology so it doesn’t manage you

Legislation & Lobbying

Health data isn’t secure; ‘antiquated’ HIPAA needs to regulate Facebook and Google, experts say

Law Professors

Law profs victimized in tax-refund scam